hookedonplastics

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About hookedonplastics

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  • Birthday 01/15/1965

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  • Location Arvada, Colorado
  • Full Name Russ Rydberg

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  1. hookedonplastics added a post in a topic If you could only choose ONE photo of any of your builds, wich would it be?   

    This was obviously a WIP but I liked the lighting and the colors...
     

     
     
  2. hookedonplastics added a post in a topic Welcome to Hazzard County...   

    Simply awesome!  Are the gas pumps scratch built?
  3. hookedonplastics added a topic in On The Workbench   

    To build, or not to build, that is the question...
    "Whether 'tis nobler to in the mind to...." Oh, never mind....

    1970 issue Aurora 1964 Ferrari GTO ebay score. I am assuming it is not nearly as valuable as it could be since it has not box and the parts are off of the sprue.




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  4. hookedonplastics added a post in a topic Candy and Transparent Paints   

    Thank you so much for all the input, guys. The information has been really helpful. I realize too, that this info will help me with my pearl clear coats as well.

    Thanks again!
  5. hookedonplastics added a post in a topic Candy and Transparent Paints   

    Thanks for the input guys. I really appreciate it. I will slow down next time and work in thinner coats.
  6. hookedonplastics added a topic in Model Building Questions and Answers   

    Candy and Transparent Paints
    Greetings from Colorful Colorado!

    I have been experiencing an issue lately with candies and transparent paints. I have even found evidence of my issue in fine (thin?) solid colors as well(I think the latest was an opaque red from Tamyia shake and shoot).

    Here it is - when I am shooting the candies and transparents, I am experiencing a problem with the pigments receding from panel edges and peaks. I have even experienced this with some pearls.

    Any insight would be greatly appreciated, AND if this has already been addressed somewhere else, a road map would be appreciated as well!

    Thanks in advance,

    Russ
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  7. hookedonplastics added a post in a topic 1972 Ferrari Daytonas   

    Thanks Carl! The gold on those old Ferraris is a real unassuming color. It took many tries to get it right!

    Nice build Tom! I like the color combination!
  8. hookedonplastics added a post in a topic 1972 Ferrari Daytonas   

    No, I think I may have scraped a little too much paint (black) off of the needle before I used the Sharpie. Kinda looks like it is vibrating at idle, doesn't it?
  9. hookedonplastics added a post in a topic 1972 Ferrari Daytonas   

    Thanks Glenn! They are dry brushed with silver and then a couple of coats of Future to simulate glass (that is hard to see in the photos). The two needles were done with a red Sharpie.
  10. hookedonplastics added a post in a topic 1972 Ferrari Daytonas   

    Thanks for all the kudos guy!
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  13. hookedonplastics added a post in a topic New Vette Pinewood Derby Still Shot   

    Hello Bill,
    So are these car wood core then - with the styrene model bodies over the wood core?
  14. hookedonplastics added a topic in On The Workbench   

    1972 Ferrari Daytonas
    I am currently working on a pair Daytonas inspired by an old episode of Chasing Classic Cars. In the show, both Ferraris were gold, but I decided that one of them had to be Italian Red for my build. I still have a long way to go...






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  15. hookedonplastics added a post in a topic Hudson Hornet Convertible   

    My uncle was president of The Hudson Club of America for quite some time, so I have been around Hudsons most of my life. I have to say, you nailed the details and colors! Fantastic job!